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However, the families must pay for their own installation. Ibrahim says he has installed over 500 Satopan toilets in the community since 2019, with the payment for a sizable number of them coming as food items. (...) Many of my clients have made similar payments for toilet installation after that.” UNICEF/2021/Hassan Ibrahim installing a Sato pan toilet Thirty-year-old Hauwa Abdullahi is one of them. (...) Abdullahi says the decision to install the toilet was taken so the family could be healthier.
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Score: 695776.2 - https://www.unicef.org/nigeria/stories/bartering-toilets
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UNICEF installed a water-pumping station at the camp benefitting over 8,500 people with improved access to safe water. (...) “After the water-pumping station was installed, we now have access to water every day,” explains Nuran. (...) “Before the water-pumping station was installed, I could only shower once a week. Summers were especially hard,” recalls Ahmad.
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Score: 695508.94 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/s...moudly-camp-northeastern-syria
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NEWS STORY: Installation of electric vehicle charging stations in UNHQ Garage | General Assembly of the United Nations English Welcome to the United Nations Navigation General Assembly of the United Nations President of the 71st session Home Main Menu PGA 71st Session General Assembly About the President Biography Commitment to Ethics and Transparency Election of the President Team From The President President’s Blog Letters Statements Media News stories UN Press Releases PGA Press Releases PGA Media Briefings Photos Videos Events Calendar UN Events The Ocean Conference Global Compact for Migration Mandated Events New Urban Agenda and UN-Habitat Culture of Peace Combat Trafficking in Persons Rights of Indigenous Peoples Harmony with Nature Water-related goals and targets World Wildlife Day Protection from Enforced Disappearance PGA Events Responsibility to Protect International Day against Nuclear Tests Retreat: Partnerships for Financing of Sustainable Infrastructure Progress made on SDG implementation SDG Action Events Building Sustainable Peace for All Climate Change and 2030 Agenda SDG Financing Lab Innovation Education Event FAQ SG Selection Return to Content You are here: Home › NEWS STORY: Installation of electric vehicle charging stations in UNHQ Garage NEWS STORY: Installation of electric vehicle charging stations in UNHQ Garage 12 April 2017 in News stories Installation of electric vehicle charging stations in UNHQ Garage   12 April 2017     UNITED NATIONS, New York, 12 April 2017 — The United Nations Headquarters in New York is joining the global green revolution by installing electric vehicle chargers in its car park. (...) The installation of electric vehicle charging stations, fuelled by low-carbon energy, supports a growing market share of the automobile market — at 33% per year — and encourages drivers to adopt clean transportation options. (...) Assistant Secretary-General Cutts added: “I am delighted that the Secretariat has installed these Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.
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Score: 695508.94 - https://www.un.org/pga/71/2017...rging-stations-in-unhq-garage/
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Download and install the Windows Help Engine from Microsoft website. 3.     (...) In case an older version of the HASP SRM driver is installed, you might receive the HASP SRM Runtime installation error: "Unable to start hardlock service with parameters …." during installation of the new Sentinel HASP driver and the new driver is not installed. (...) To avoid a possible error situation remove any installed HASP SRM Run-time system (by using Add/Remove Programs from the Control Panel) before installing COMFAR including the latest Sentinel HASP driver. 
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Score: 695325.3 - https://www.unido.org/resource...asked-questions-comfar-iii-v3x
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No. 395 of 1996), and after consultation with the Minister for the Marine, hereby, for the purpose of protecting certain installations in the area standing designated by the Continental Shelf (Designated Areas) Order, 1993 (S.I. No. 92 of 1993), order as follows: 1. (1) This Order may be cited as the Continental Shelf (Protection of Installations) (Connemara Field) Order, 1997. (2) This order shall come into operation on the 1st day of July, 1997. 2. (...) This Order establishes a safety zone around offshore installations attached to the Connemara Field and prohibits ships from entering the zone except with the consent of the Minister for Transport, Energy and Communications or in the circumstances provided for in Article 4 of the Order.
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Score: 695325.3 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...PDFFILES/IRL_1997_Order267.pdf
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Sample list of dangerous installations, constructions and activities (based on relevant EU Directives and International Conventions (Aarhus, IPPC, Espoo, SEVESO, etc.)) 1. Waste management • Installations for the incineration, recovery, chemical treatment or landfill of hazardous waste; • Installations for the incineration of municipal waste with a capacity exceeding 3 tons per hour; • Installations for the disposal of non-hazardous waste with a capacity exceeding 50 tons per day; • Landfills receiving more than 10 tons per day or with a total capacity exceeding 25 000 tons, excluding landfills of inert waste • Installations for the disposal or recycling of animal carcasses and animal waste with a treatment capacity exceeding 10 tons per day 2. (...) Energy industry • Mineral oil and gas refineries • Installations for gasification and liquefaction • Combustion installations with a rated thermal input exceeding 50 MW • Surface storage of fossil fuels with 100 000 tone or more • Hydroelectric power station with 20 MW or more capacity 5.
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Score: 694926.17 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...G/2008/Guidance_cont-plans.pdf
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The 85% of total PV systems in Bolivia Solar panel 50 Wp Electronic Regulator Battery lead acid 100 Ah Adaptor DC-DC Cellphone charger Lamps CFL 7 – 11 W Installation according whit norm NB 1056 The problem With a good planning is possible to achieve 5000 installations per year A this rate, need 36 years to supply electricity to the people will never have access to the grid The current supply model is very slow Additionally, the technology have limitations (price, weight, installation relatively complex) The technology require special skills for maintenance and replacement and the component cost are very high The replacement of the battery is the main problem It should: Change the technology Change the supply model Technological innovations in the last 10 years Batteries: from the lead acid battery to rechargeable lithium batteries (or NiCd) Lamps: from fluorescent TL to compact efficient lamps, but now is present the LED technology Charge regulators: from the external electronic regulators to microelectronic regulators incorporate into the loads The concept of PORTABILITY is present in many electronic equipment These innovations provide integral solutions to the lighting, education, communication, and entertainment 13 The new PV systems Incorporating the innovations now! Use LED Lithium batteries, not necessary exist a central storage There is no central regulator, loads have their own regulators with microelectronics PV panels can be placed in parallel, different sizes and voltages (is possible by microelectronics) They have a universal hub connections Portable, modular May be coupled to existing systems And as a result of efficiency, they are smaller for the same services that a conventional Mini SHS: 5 a 10 Wp Lighting Charge of cellphone Access to radio Easy to install (plug and play logic) and use connectors unsophisticated No exist a central electronic regulator, no exist a central battery storage energy Small SHS: 10 a 30 Wp Lighting Charge of cellphone Access to radio Easy to install (plug and play logic) and use connectors unsophisticated Use a lithium battery for loads like a TV Is possible connect batteries in parallel for increase the storage capacity Advantages of new PV systems More economical systems (30% to 50% of cost of conventional PV). Is appropriate for a wide range of rural population Easy and quick to install Lightweight: 6 Kg vs. 50 Kg of a classic SHS Easy to transport Portability + Modularity is concept present One possible pre-electrification solution that offer a integral services Disadvantages A technology under development The offer products as too diverse There are no standards that facilitate selection for intensive and reliable rural use (in opposite to classic SHS technology).
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Score: 694486.13 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...s/statements/4788fernandez.pdf
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Neutrality and Inviolability of UNRWA Installations Must Be Protected at All Times: UNRWA Statement - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Neutrality and Inviolability of UNRWA Installations Must Be Protected at All Times: UNRWA Statement Home / Neutrality and Inviolability of UNRWA Installations Must Be Protected at All Times: UNRWA Statement Neutrality and Inviolability of UNRWA Installations Must Be Protected at All Times: UNRWA Statement Arabic: العربية 4 June 2021 UNRWA is deeply concerned about actions by parties to the conflict during recent hostilities in Gaza that caused damage to its installations and violated its inviolability and neutrality. With no advanced warning, between 13 and 15 May 2021, the Israeli Air Force conducted strikes that caused damage to UNRWA installations, most notably to the UNRWA Zaitoun Preparatory Boys’ School “A” and Elementary Boys’ School “A”. (...) UNRWA shares the coordinates of all of its installations periodically with relevant Israeli authorities and in times of conflict, the coordinates of designated emergency shelters are shared daily.
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Score: 693910.8 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...-at-all-times-unrwa-statement/
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To maximize the capacity of storing safe drinking water, UNICEF also installed 128 water tanks across the camp, regularly maintained and sanitized. (...) To maximize the capacity of storing safe drinking water, UNICEF also installed 128 water tanks across the camp, regularly maintained and sanitized. (...) To maximize the capacity of storing safe drinking water, UNICEF also installed 128 water tanks across the camp, regularly maintained.
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Score: 693910.8 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/s...-fafin-displacement-camp-water
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Title Text in Doc K.58 EMC, resistibility and safety requirements and guidance for determining responsibility under co-located telecommunication installations 1/5 K.20 Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in a telecommunications centre to overvoltages and overcurrents 4/5 K.21 Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents 4/5 K.44 Resistibility tests for telecommunication equipment exposed to overvoltages and overcurrents – Basic Recommendation 4/5 K.45 Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents 4/5 K.46 Protection of telecommunication lines using metallic symmetric conductors against lightning-induced surges 5/5 K.47 Protection of telecommunication lines using metallic conductors against direct lightning discharges 5/5 K.68 Management of electromagnetic interference on telecommunication systems due to power systems and operators' responsibilities 9/5 K.26 Protection of telecommunication lines against harmful effects from electric power and electrified railway lines 9/5 2.2 New Recommendations ITU-T Rec. (...) Title Reason Question Note K.33 Limits for people safety related to coupling into telecommunications system from a.c. electric power and a.c. electrified railway installations in fault conditions Incorporated in revised Vol. (...) K.53 Values of induced voltages on telecommunication installations to establish telecom and a.c. power and railway operators responsibilities Incorporated in revised K.68 9/5 After approval of revised K.68 K.31 Bonding configurations and earthing of telecommunication installations inside a subscriber's building Incorporated in new K.73 (K.bl) 6/5 After approval of K.73 (K.bl) 4.
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Score: 693147.36 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005-2008/com05/results.html
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